Abstracts of Obits, Death Notices, etc.
Lawrence county, Ohio Persons
I.R. = IRONTON REGISTER
SWI = SEMI WEEKLY IRONTONIAN
IDR = IRONTON DAILY REGISTER
IT =IRONTON TRIBUNE
MI = MORNING IRONTONIAN
IET = IRONTON EVENING TRIBUNE
IJRN = IRONTON JOURNAL
Remember, obituaries are charged half a cent a word, cash to accompany the order. Watch this. Also, remember that all anonymous communications will be thrown in the waste basket. I.R. Sept. 29, 1887
Also note: Some of these obituaries are quite long in their actual form and have been condensed for this publication. Thank you, Sharon Kouns.
completed July 29, 1852 -July 20, 1854 deaths & marriages
completed July 19, 1860 - Oct. 18, 1860 deaths & marriages on computer
completed July 24, 1856 - July 15, 1858 deaths & marriages on computer
completed Jan. 14, 1858 - Mar. 25, 1858 deaths & marriage
completed deaths from Ironton Journal Sept. 1, 1869 through December 28, 1870
HACKER, ELIZABETH THERESA
IET FEB. 08, 1932
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hacker of Pine Creek, who died Saturday, at her home. Burial at St. Mary's cemetery.
HACKWORTH, GEORGE M.I. APR.
HACKWORTH, JAMES I.R. JUL.
HAGERTY, JENNY I.R. SEPT.
Died - Sept. 16, Jenny Hagerty, aged 18?
HAGGERTY, PATRICK I.R. JAN.
Marriage license issued to Patrick Haggerty and Amanda Jarrett.
HAHN, MARY I.R. AUG. 09,
Died - Aug. 6, Mary Hahn, aged 88 or 38?.
HAIGHT, EDWARD I.R. JUL. 14,
Died in Portsmouth on the 7th inst., Edward Haight, formerly of this town, aged 21 years.
HAILEY, IRWIN B. I.R. OCT.
HAILEY, JOHN N. IWR JUN. 26,
John N. Hailey, a well-known young school teacher of Coal Grove, died this morning at the home of his father, James T. Hailey, in that village, of lung trouble. He was about 24 years of age and single. Interment at Woodland.
HALDEMAN, L. P. IJRN FEB.
Married in Portsmouth on Jan. 27th at the All Saints Church, by Rev. W. H. Watts, Mr. L. P. Haldeman of Cleveland, Ohio and Miss Augusta A. Connelly, daughter of the late James Connolley of Portsmouth.
HALEY, I.R. AUG. 23, 1888
Births - Aug. 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haley, a son and daughter.
HALL, I.R. SEPT. 22, 1892
Contractor Hall has pushed the building of Spencer Church with commendable energy. It is now about ready for the slate roof.
HALL, ALEXANDER I.R. MAY
HALL, MRS. ALICE G. (CLOUGH)
I.R. JUN. 23, 1887
Died at Burlington, Ohio, June 18, she was the daughter of Phillip and Nancy M. Clough, was born at Sandhornton, N.H. Emigrated to Ohio with her mother and step-father, Dan Young in June, 1832, and settled at Franklin Furnace, Scioto County. Married Nov. 22, 1838?, to Dr. Camillus Hall, and came at once to Burlington, where she has ever since resided. Her husband and one daughter survive her. She was age 64.
HALL, CAMILLUS DR. I.R. MAR.
HALL, CECIL ST. C. DR. I.R.
MAY 12, 1870 IJRN MAY 18, 1870
Died at Burlington May 8th, Cecil St. C. Hall, M. D., of consumption, only son of Dr. Camillus and Alice Hall, aged 24y7m18d.
HALL, CHARLES I.R. JUN. 03,
Married 13th of May, 1858 by Rev. D. Waddell, Mr. Charles Hall and Miss Harriet M. Turley, both of Quaker Bottom, Ohio.
HALL, DAVID I.R. SEP. 28,
HALL, DAVID SWI APR. 29,
David Hall, civil war veteran, died Monday on south Third street in apartments at the old Klondike building. Mr. Hall was age 79 years and was born in Lee county, Va. He was a member of the 39th Kentucky Company K. The deceased has been married three times, his third wife now residing at Yatesville, Ky. The following children survive his death, Owen of Grayson, Ky., William and Wilburn, of Louisa, Ky., Mrs. Abe Webb and Mrs. Mays of (article skips information).
HALL, DENNIE K. IWR MAY 13,
Dennie K. Hall and Miss Maggie E. Daniel of Fayette county, WV, eloped to this city Tuesday and were married by Squire W. D. Henry, at his residence.
HALL, ELIZABETH I.R. AUG.
HALL, ELLA OR ANNA I.R. OCT.
HALL, MRS. ELLA (KINGSBURY)
I.R. JUNE 26, 1890
COPY - She was the wife of Warren Hall and the daughter of Charles Kingsbury the first Superintendent of the Ironton Schools.
HALL, INFANT I.R. JUL. 28,
Died - July 26, child of Joseph Hall, aged 11 months.
HALL, JOHN I.R. JAN. 22,
Married on the 21st inst., by Jacob Lair, Esq., John Hall and Nancy Stumbo, both of Floyd county, Kentucky.
HALL, JOHN NEED DATE OF
Killed - at old Amanda Fce., last Monday. He was digging fire-clay, and a heavy mass of the clay fell upon him and killed him instantly. His two boys, who were working with him, were hurt, but not badly.
HALL, JOSEPH I.R. APR. 15,
Married on the 1st of April, 1858 in Hanging Rock by Rev. J. Q. Gibson, Mr. Joseph Hall and Miss Catharine Matthews both of this place.
HALL, LIZZIE I.R. JAN. 17,
HALL, M. A. I.R. JUN. 02,
HALL, MARTHA? JANE I.R. OCT.
NEED TO COPY -Octogenarian Dead
HALL, MRS. MARY IWR NOV. 23,
HALL, MISS MATILDA I.R. MAR.
In Mason Twp. on Feb. 24, aged 24 years.
HALL, NANCY DICKSON I.R.
SEP. 01, 1857
Died at the residence of her son-in-law, in Quaker Bottom, on the 10th, Mrs. Nancy Dickson Hall, aged 71y9m9d, born Bedford county, Va., on December 1, 1785; married Wm. Hall in 1801; moved to Quaker Bottom, Ohio, in 1812 and settled in a cabin in the then almost unbroken forest, near the Big Springs, on the farm now owned by W. D. and Robert Hall, where they lived until Father Hall died August 11, 1847; and she has since made her home with W. D. Hall, her son . . . mother of a large family.
HALL, MRS. ORRIE ARGO IET
JAN. 25, 1943
Portsmouth, O., Jan. 25 - Mrs. Orrie Argo Hall, 76, wife of H. M. Hall, Wheelersburg, died yesterday of paralysis. She moved to the Wheelersburg community in 1880 from Ironton.
HALL, PHILIP I.R. MAY 23,
Married on the 18th inst., at the Buckeye House, by J. W. Henthorn, Esq., Mr. Philip Hall to Miss Rebecca Wilson, all of this county.
HALL, ROBERT I.R. APR. 27,
Robert Hall was born in Bedford Co., Va., August 1st, 1808; died april 20, 1899, nearly ninety-one years old. He has always lived in Lawrence county, and the farm he cleared was one of the first in Rome Township. He was married to Julia Miller, August 28, 1830, and reared a large family. Two sons residing here, J. M. and W. M. and one daughter, the wife of J. L. Carnes of Mexico, Mo., are all that are known to be living.
HALL, SAMUEL I.R. MAR. 27,
Killed last Sunday morning, aged 22, was killed on the C. & O. road at Russell. He had been in a habit of climbing on the freight trains and acting as brakeman, and was frequently ordered off by trainmen. . . . Young Hall lived at Amanda Furnace. His father was killed in a lime quarry there about a year ago.
HALL, T. R. I.R. JAN. 16,
Killed by fall at the C. H. Ketter building on Feb. 06, 1901.
HALL, WILLIAM I.R. APR. 09,
Married on the 3rd inst., by Rev. B. N. Spahr, Mr. Wm. Hall, of Hanging Rock, and Miss Eliza Lewis, of Ironton.
HALL, WILLIAM I.R. MAR. 25,
HALL, WILLIAM K. S. I.R.
OCT. 28, 1852
Married on the 10th inst., at Hanging Rock, by Rev. J. Barringer, Mr. Wm. K. S. Hall to Miss Harriet Carter.
HALLENBECK, LANSON I.R. MAR.
Lanson Hallenbeck, an old citizen of Andis, died at his home on the 25th of last month.
HALLEY, JOHN IJRN JUN. 08,
Died at Catlettsburg on June 6th of consumption, John Halley, aged about 30 years.
HALLIDAY, MRS. ELIZA I.R.
MAR. 14, 1861
In Wayne county, Illinois, Feb. 18, 1861 of consumption, wife of Samuel Halliday, formerly of Pomeroy, Ohio, aged 35 years.
HALLIDAY, REV. W. C. I.R.
SEPT. 22, 1892
Rev. W. C. Halliday, of Columbus, will spend next Sabbath with his father and son, and will preach in Pine street Church in the morning, and in the evening in Wesley Chapel.
HALLORAN, ANNIE I.R.
MAY 08, 1890
Died April 29, age 82 years.
HALLORAN, JOHN I.R. JAN. 09,
John Halloran, an old and well known citizen of Ironton, died Tuesday afternoon. His age was 73.
HALSEY, S. W. I.R. SEP. 02,
Died at Hallsville, Ross Co., on the 24th ult., S. W. Halsey, late Editor of the Chillicothe Advertiser.
HALSTON, JOHN I.R. DEC. 22,
Married on the 16th inst., by Jacob Lair, Esq., John Halston to Angeline Barker, both of Virginia.
HALTERMAN, BELLE I.R. MAR.
Died March 2, at Texas Hollow, Belle Halterman, 28 years.
HAMBURG, JOHN HENRY I.R.
DEC. 29, 1853
Suicide - A man named Hamburg (John Henry, we believe), committed suicide a few days ago, near Etna Fce., shot himself. Leaves a wife.
HAMBLETON, MAJ. CHARLES E.
IJRN DEC. 01, 1869
Married November 20th in Wabasha, Minn., Maj. Charles E. Hambleton and Miss Lou Baily of Wabasha, late of this city.
HAMBLETON, GEORGE I.R. APR.
George Hambleton, son of the late Joshua Hambleton, and brother of Maj. Charley Hambleton, died of paralysis in New Orleans, last week. He was well known here in the early days of Ironton. But since the days before the war he has been wholly devoted to the steamboat business on Red river.
HAMBLETON, JOSHUA I.R. OCT.
Died in Ironton, Ohio, Oct. 1st, one of the most prominent citizens of this county died at his residence last Saturday . . . as no man could say ought against him when living, his memory will be cherished when dead. Died age 58.
HAMELL, JOHN I.R. MAR. 15,
Married on the 9th of March, 1866, at the residence of the bride's father, in Fayette township, by Caleb Arthur, J. P., Mr. John Hamell and Miss Mary Smith, all of Fayette township.
HAMER, MRS. CATHERINE I.R.
JAN. 05, 1860
Died December 19, in Georgetown, Kentucky, of consumption, the widow of the late Hon. Thomas L. Hamer, of Brown county, Ohio.
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER I.R. MAY
HAMILTON, MRS. ELIZA J. I.R.
MAY 27, 1875
Died in Ironton, Friday, May 21, age 61. She was born near Pittsburg, May 11, 1815. Married to Robert B. Hamilton at Hanging Rock on Jan. 8, 1835. Came to Ironton from Centre Furnace in 1856. Her husband died 1858, interment at Spring Grove, Cincinnati.
HAMILTON, JOHN I.R. JAN. 17,
Died at his home at 9th and Quincy streets on last Saturday. Funeral services from the Mission on Sunday. The deceased was a son of George H. and he leaves a wife and three little children.
HAMILTON, JOHN I.R. MAR. 04,
Died March 2, John Hamilton, about 60 years? need to verify age - smk.
HAMILTON, JOHN D. I.R. SEPT.
Died - John D. Hamilton, in the 26th year of his age lived Ironton nearly 2 years . . .
HAMILTON, L______, I.R. JAN.
At Hanging Rock on the ___th, inst., L_____, only remaining child of Robert and Rose Hamilton aged about 2 years - the other (Mary) having died on the 23 ult.
HAMILTON, LIZZIE I.R. JAN.
HAMILTON, MRS. MINNIE E. (WISEMAN)
I.R. NOV. 16, 1890
HAMILTON, ROBERT I.R. SEPT.
Mr. Hamilton was born Nov. 28, 1795, in Fayette Co., Pa. In early life he removed to Adams Co., Ohio and was for several years Clerk at Brush Creek Furnace. In the Fall of 1827 he made explorations in Lawrence county with the view of building a furnace, and during the year 1828, in company with Andrew Ellison, Sr., and Andrew Ellison, Jr., built Pine Grove Furnace, under the firm of "Ellison & Hamilton," according to the Journal: "Fired Pine Grove Furnace, Jan. 1, 1829, and Blowed Jan. 13, 1829." Union Furnace and Franklin were built a year or two previous, Pine Grove being the 3rd built in this Iron Region of Ohio. . . . stopped furnace from running on the Sabbath. He amassed great wealth . . . He was the author of what is known as the "Ironton Liquor Restriction." (lengthy obituary)
HAMILTON, ROBERT I.R. FEB.
HAMILTON, ROBERT I.R. OCT.
Son of George Hamilton and Eck. Adams, whose mother lives in town, died of yellow fever in New Orleans a few days ago. Engaged on the steamer, John Means, which was lying at New Orleans.
HAMILTON, ROBERT B. I.R.
OCT. 28, 1858
Died on the 21st inst., at his residence in Ironton, Robert B. Hamilton, well known for many years as proprietor of Centre Furnace, in his 51st year. Mr. Hamilton was a native of Fayette Co., Pennsylvania. About 30 years ago, he went to Adams county, O., and was for a time, we believe, engaged at one of the old furnaces in that county. About 25 years ago he came to his county, and if we are not mistaken, was at first employed at Pine Grove Furnace. Subsequently, in company with ----McCoy, now of St. Louis, he built Hecla Furnace. About 20 years ago, in 1839, we think, in company with James Rodgers and Wm. Shiras, Wolf and Bartels, he bought Centre furnace, of which Furnace for some seven or eight years past, has had been the sole proprietor.
HAMILTON, MRS. ROSA E. (RODGERS)
I.R. FEB. 15, 1866
Died in Hanging Rock on Wednesday eve., Feb. 14, 1866 at the residence of her mother, Mrs. Rodgers, Mrs. Rosa E., wife of Robert H. Hamilton, Esq., in the 30th year of her age.
HAMILTON, SADIE IWR JUN. 05,
Still A Mystery - In the case of Sadie Hamilton, who jumped, or fell or was thrown from a steamboat and drowned near Huntington Monday, the coroner's verdict says: Sadie Hamilton came to her death on the 24th day of May, 1897, by drowning, whether accidental drowning or murder the jury is unable to determine. The woman was from Catlettsburg and was recently divorced from her husband.
HAMILTON, THOMAS I.R. JAN.
Died at his home at 91 Center street Wednesday night. His death due to bowel trouble. He was past 55 years old. He was born at Center Furnace, Lawrence county, June 9, 1845. Lived in Portsmouth six years of his life. Served in Civil War in Capt. John S. George's Ind. Cavalry . . . in Battle of Bull Run and at St. Mary's church, Va., was wounded in the hip. He was a journalist. Mrs. Hamilton and three children survive. The latter are: Johanna, aged 14; John aged 11; and Mary Louise, aged 8. He had one brother here, Attorney John Hamilton, and four sisters, Mrs. F. C. Tomlinson, Mrs. W. H. Enochs, Mrs. McGugin and Mrs. Rosa McBride of New York. Interment: Woodland cemetery.
HAMLIN, JOHN IJRNL SEPT. 14,
John Hamlin was shot and killed by a man named Welch a few miles below Charleston, last Monday.
HAMLIN, MRS. PETER I.R. NOV. 14,
The wife of Peter Hamlin died of typhoid fever at her residence near Union Town House on the 6th.
HAMMOND, HIRAM M.I. FEB. 02,
HAMMOND, RACHEL I.R. FEB.
Died - Feb. 11, Rachel Hammond, aged 94.
HAMMOND, RICHARD I.R. JUL.
HAMMOND, THOMAS IDR. DEC.
HAMPER, MRS. IDR. DEC. 26,
I.R. JUL. 12, 1883 Died at Lawrence Furnace, age 77.
HAMPER, CONRAD IDR. DEC. 26,
HAND, MRS. ELIZABETH IDR.
DEC. 26, 1917
I.R. APR. 09, 1891 Died Tuesday at her home on eighth street, aged 98 years __months 1 day. She did not know of the death of her daughter, Ella, which occurred two weeks ago. Burial at Woodland. (She was the mother-in-law of the Hon. Ralph Leete)
HAND, MISS ELLA IDR. DEC.
I.R. MAR. 26, 1891
Miss Ella Hand died at her home on Eighth street, last Saturday morning. In 1861, when a young lady, she was riding horseback, when she was thrown from the horse and received spinal injury that made her an invalid her entire life, and keeping her at her quiet little home, with her aged mother, all the time. Her father was the Rev. William Hand, one of the first Methodist ministers of Ironton. The mother still surviving is 98 years old. Horace Leete, of Portsmouth and Mr. Chapman of Jackson, attended the funeral.
HAND, REV. WILLIAM T. I.R. MAY 16,
HANDLEY, CHARLES W. I.R.
JAN. 02, 1879
Son of Constantine Handley, of Symmes, died on the 23d at Athens' Asylum.
HANDLY, SAMUEL B. I.R. NOV.
Marriage license issued to Sam'l B. Handly and Jane Willis.
HANEY, DORCAS I.R. FEB. 14,
HANEY, EDWARD I.R. FEB. 25,
HANEY, MRS. EMILY I.R. AUG.
Mrs. Emily Haney's funeral took place at Forest Dale on the 11th. She was the widow of Berry Haney who died in the 42nd Ky Reg. She was 78 years old... Civil War widow.
HANEY, JOHN I.R. MAR. 03,
HANEY, JOHN I.R. SEP. 02,
Accidental Shot - Last Sunday, two boys, John Haney and John Rolph who live at Centre furnace went out hunting. They sighted a squirrel up a tree and Rolph, who held a rifle, dodged about to get a shot at the squirrel.. . he raised his firearm suddenly to take aim, and struck another boy in front of him. The boy threw out his arm and struck the trigger of the rifle, whereby the gun went off, the bullet striking John Haney in the head, making a horrid hole through which the brain protruded. Haney died in about an hour afterward. He was about 18 years old.
HANKS, GEORGE IWR APR. 19,
Fayette Township Items - Mr. George Hanks, a worthy citizen of Sybene, was united in marriage to Miss Lucinda Poley of Howell a few days ago.
HANNA, SAMUEL I.R. DEC. 06,
HANNAN, HENRY H. I.R. JAN.
Of Swan Creek died Saturday of paralysis. Thrown from a horse.
HANNAN, MARY ANN I.R. APR.
Died April 1, 1886, age 26.
HANNER, JAMES I.R. MAR. 02,
Married at the Centre House, Feb. 23rd, by Rev. L. Hall, Mr. James Hanner and Miss Catherine Webb, both of Greenup county, Kentucky.
HANNON, I.R. DEC. 07, 1905
The five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Hannon of South Fifth stree, died Saturday from the effects of eating some tablets (do not have end of article).
HANNON, RICHARD I.R. FEB.
HANZACHE, GODFREY CHARLES
I.R. FEB. 11, 1864
HANZCHE, J. G. MR. I.R. SEP.
HARBOLD, INFANT I.R. NOV.
Died Nov. 16, the daughter of George Harbold, age 4.
HARD, I.R. SEPT. 22, 1892
In the habeas corpus case, Hard vs Hard, before Judge Davis, last Saturday, the custody of the child was given to the mother. After the trial Hard was arrested for failing to support his wife and child, and gave bond for his future appearance.
HARLAN, D. R. IJRN DEC. 22,
Died at Burlington on December 19th, Mr. D. R. Harlan of inflammation of the bowels.
HARLAN, LYDIA MAY I.R. JUN.
HARLAS, LEMUEL I.R. AUG. 08,
We learn that in a quarrel at Marion, on Wed., July 31, a man by the name of Lemuel Harlas was stabbed by Calvin Hunt. Harlas died on Sunday evening last. Hunt has fled.
HARPER, JAMES I.R. SEPT. 22,
The postmaster at Suiter, died a few days ago. He was 64-67 years old. Buried at Locust Grove.
HARPOREE, BERLIN I.R. AUG.
HARRIS, CLIFFORD I.R. FEB.
Deaths - Feb. 22, Clifford, infant son of D. T. Harris, aged 18 months.
HARRIS, MRS. ELIZABETH I.R. JUN.
HARRIS, FRED I.R. NOV. 07,
Fred Harris, the young colored man whom Robt. Royal, a companion, shot by accident at Jone's restaurant, died last Thursday night. ...bullet was in his brain. Accidental...another case of "didn't know it was loaded."
HARRIS, MRS. MARY IJRN MAY
Died May 22nd, Mary, wife of David H. Harris.
HARRIS, T. R. I.R. JUL. 10,
Thomas R. Harris died Thursday after a long illness. He was born in Giamorgan Shire, Wales in 1832, and emigrated to the United States in 1852, settling at Johnstown, Pa., opening a large mine at that place which is still in operation.
He lived 2 years at Chattanooga, Tenn., and came to Ironton in 1861. He was employed as manager of the Belfont coal works for 27 years. He was married to Margaret Evans in Wales, and they had 12 children, four of whom are left with the mother to mourn his death. The children are: David T. Harris of Pittsburg, Pa., Margaret Harris of St. Louis and Dr. B. F. Harris of Lac Du Blambeau, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Harris lived on So. 3rd St., Ironton.
HARRISON, EMANUEL I.R. APR.
Marriage license issued to Emanuel Harrison and Maggie Falter.
HARRISON, MRS. MARTHA I.R.
JAN. 08, 1906
Died at her home at Vesuvius station Friday illness of lung trouble and infirmities of old age. She was 70y 1m 0d old. Burial was at the Neal cemetery on John's creek.
HARRISON, MARTIN I.R. OCT.
Married on the 10th inst., in Ripley, Mr. Martin Harrison, of Ironton, to Mrs. Eliza Glaze, of the former place.
HARRISON, THOMAS I.R. JUL.
Died June 29, Thos. Harrison, killed at Etna Street, aged 26. See also poem I.R. Aug. 09, 1888, from his sister, Mary - In Memory of Thomas Harrison, who was killed on the Ironton railroad, June 29, 1888.
HARRISON, WILLIAM R. I.R.
MAR. 23, 1865
Married on the 20th inst., on the "Lizzie Hamilton," by Rev. L. Hall, Mr. Wm. R. Harrison and Miss Lucy A. Perdue, both of Cabell county, WV.
HART, MRS. ANNA I.R. SEP.
The funeral of Mrs. Anna Hart last Sunday afternoon was largely attended. (see if there is an obit)
HART, ETTA MAUD I.R. OCT. 17
& 31, 1895
Etta Maud Hart daughter of William Hart of Terre Haute, Ind., and granddaughter of Sarah Kuhns of this city, born Jan. 18, 1874 died on 14 Oct. 1895. She died of consumption. The paper of the 17th states: Miss Maud Hart died of consumption at the home of her aunt, Miss Sarah Kouns on Front street, last Monday, age 21.
HARTMAN, MISS CARRIE I.R.
JUN. 30, 1887
Died - June 28, Miss Carrie Hartman, aged 19.
HARTMAN, MRS. MARY I.R. OCT.
Died - Oct. 18, Mary, wife of Jos. Hartman, aged about 35.
HARVEY, GEORGE ISWR JAN. 30,
HASENAUR, CHRISTIAN I.T.
JUL. 17, 1902
HASKELL, JAMES, SR. I.R.
JUL. 21, 1853
Married on the 10th inst., by Rev. J. T. Holliday, Mr. James Haskell, Sen., of Rome Tp., to Mrs. Mercy Prtichard.
HASKELL, JAMES A. I.R. SEPT.
Married on the 9th inst., near Haskellville, by Rev. James Haskell, James A. Haskell, of Ashland, Kentucky to Miss Maggie A. Tiernan, daughter of John Tiernan, Esq., of the of the former place.
HASKELL, MRS. MARY I.R. AUG.
At Haskellville, on the 25th ult, Mary, wife of James Haskell, Sr., aged 62?.
HASKINS, CALVIN I.R. APR.
Marriage license issued to Calvin Haskins and Mary Lambert.
HASKINS, CHILD I.R. JUN. 30,
Died - June 27, son of Wm. Haskins, aged 14.
HASKINS, JOSEPH I.R. NOV.
Son of William - resided in Missouri, was school teacher in Missouri and Lawrence county, Ohio. Remains brought back and interred Greasy Ridge.
HASTINGS, JOHN K. I.R. APR.
Married at Hanging Rock on the 18th ult., by Rev. L. Hall, Mr. John K. Hastings, of Ironton and Miss Cassander Mathiot, of the former place.
I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 - J. K. Hastings and family have moved to Alabama.
HASTINGS, JOHN K. IET APR.
Former Ironton man died Tuesday at Sciotoville - John K. Hastings, 87, oldest member of Lawrence Lodge F. & A. M. of this city, died at his home at 1537 Third street, Sciotoville. Mr. Hastings was born at Malden, WV, April 25, 1844 . Mr. Hastings served in the 2nd WV Cavalry throughout the Civil War as a member of Major Hines regiment. . . At the close of the war he came to Ironton and was united in marriage to Miss Cassandra Mathiott on March 28, 1866. To the union six children were born, five of whom are still living - Mrs. N. C. Ferry of ____pburn, O., Willard M. Hastings of Portsmouth, Mrs. F. H. Baumgardner of St. Paul, Minn., Halsey Hastings of Los Angeles and Mrs. Austin Bell of Chicago, Ill. Mr. Hastings engaged in the iron industry in Ironton until 1883. On Feb. 18, 1915, he was united in marriage to Miss Bertha C. Talbot, daughter of a prominent Pike county farmer, who survives. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Lillie Jenkins at present of Cincinnati, but formerly of Ironton. Eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren also survive.
HATCHER, CHARLES I.R. DEC. 13,
HATCHER, ELLA I.R. DEC. 09,
HATCHER, MRS. SARAH MELVIN
I.R. JUL. 09, 1891
NEED TO COPY - I.R. JUL. 16, 1891
Died at residence of her son, Charles H. Hatcher, on the old homestead near Sheridan, last Saturday. She was 89y 1m 28d. She came to this region when only 2 years old, her father settling on the farm adjoining the one where she died.
HATFIELD, MRS. ELMER IET
MAR. 13, 1919
Mrs. Ruth Bird Hatfield, wife of Elmer Hatfield died Wednesday at her home on south 7th St. Ruth Virginia Bird, daughter of Mary Jane and E. J. Bird, was born at Big Stone Gap, Va., December 31st, 1891. On May 15, 1910 at Rock Camp, at the residence of Captain Bazzell, she was united in marriage to Mr. Hatfield. Rev. Neal officiating. No children were born to them. Mrs. Hatfield was a sister of Mrs. James Peters, Mrs. Alf Cole, all of this city, Col. E. J. Bird of Alabama and Arthur Bird of Lowmoore, Va. Burial at Woodland.
HATTON, MR. I.R. AUG.
Deathly Accident - On Wednesday, a Mr. Hatton of Jackson, was accidentally shot and killed by a discharge of a pistol in the hands of Wm. Ferguson.
HATTON, ROBERT IWR. JAN. 19,
HAUBERT, JOHN I.R. NOV. 21,
KILLED - Last Tuesday he was killed by a mass of earth falling on him while working in an ore mine near Kelly's Mills. He was unmarried. He was formerly teamster at the Enterprise mill.
HAUX, I.R. JAN. 19, 1888
Died Jan. 16, daughter of ____ and Laura Haux, aged 3 months.
HAVARD, MRS. ELVIRA I.R.
JAN. 06, 1898
Wife of David Havard died last Saturday. Husband and four children are left to mourn her.
HAVENS, HOWARD J. I.R. JUN.
Married on the 27th ult., at Portsmouth, by J. J. Holmes, Esq., Mr. Howard J. Havens, of Virginia, to Miss Sarah O. Bryant, of Lawrence county.
HAWLEY, HON. C. G. I.R. MAY
Married last evening, May 19th, by Rev. W. C. French, Hon. C. G. Hawley, member of the last Ohio Senate, to Miss Mary Kelley, all of Ironton.
HAWLEY, JONATHAN I.R. APR.
Marriage license issued to Jonathan Hawley and Kansas Walls.
HAYES, JOHN I.R. DEC.
Married last night, by Rev. J. H. Creighton, Mr. John Hayes to Miss Elizabeth Ormstead; all of Ironton.
HAYES, WILLIAM H. "BUB" IET.
NOV. 08, 1938
Last rites for William H. Hayes, Proctorville Civil War veteran, will be Thursday. Burial in Centenary cemetery.
HAYNES, MOSES I.R. JUN. 28,
Moses Haynes died last Friday. He had been a resident of Ironton since 1854. He was at one time in partnership with W. E. R. Kemp in the carpentering business and helped build many of the older houses. He was born near Covington, Va., 75 years ago, was married in '47 and came here from Maysville, Ky., in 1854. His wife and six children, Jas. H., Chas. M., May, Walter, Anna and John, survive him.
HAYS, HENRY I.R. MAY 16,
HAYSLIP, ISAAC I.R. MAR. 20,
HAYSLIP, R. J. I.R. APR. 30,
HAYWARD, F. E. I.R. FEB. 02,
Silver Wedding - 25th Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hayward.
See I.R. Feb. 11, 1904 for Thirtieth Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hayward.
HEALD, E. E. IWR OCT. 07,
Wedding announcement of Mr. E. E. Heald and Miss Cora Ellis, to take place Wednesday, October 11th. Mr. heald is the popular agent in charge of the N&W passenger station in this city. Miss Ellis is a daughter of the late R. H. Ellis, of this city, and at present is the efficient assistant of Treasurer Clay in the county treasurer's office.
HECKER, HENRY I.R. MAR. 03,
Deaths - Feb. 25, Henry Hecker, aged 18.
HECKER, HERMAN I.R. SEP. 22,
Died - Sept. 18, at Vesuvius Fce., Herman Hecker, aged 52. A well known German of Elizabeth Township.
HEIDER, I.R. JUL. 10, 1890
The sister of August Heider died . . .
HEIDER, AUGUST I.R. JUN. 26,
HEIDORN, HENRY I.R.
JUL. 20, 1865
Marriage license issued during month of April - Henry Heidorn and Ellen Guard.
HEIDORN, HENRY I.R. MAY 24,
Died May 17, age 55.
HEIDORN, MRS. HENRY I.R.
JUNE 05, 1884
The wife of Henry Heidorn, "edger" at Newman & Spanner's saw mill, died last week of consumption.
HEIDORN, INFANT I.R. AUG.
Deaths - Heidorn - Aug. 20, infant child of Wm. Heidorn, aged 2 years.
HELWIG, LOUIS I.R.
JUL. 21, 1887
Died - July 18, Louis Helwig, West Ironton, aged 25.
HEMPSTEAD, DR. G.S.B.
I.R. JUL. 12, 1883
Many years a resident of Hanging Rock, and of late of Portsmouth, died at his home last Monday, aged 90 years.
HEMPSTEAD, SAMUEL B.
I.R. DEC. 18, 1873 &
I.R. JAN. 01, 1874*
Many years a resident of Hanging Rock, died at his home, last Friday, after long sickness. He was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, 1823, graduated at Jefferson College, Pa., married in 1846, and went into the IRON business. The remains were sent to Portsmouth for interment.
HEMPSTEAD, CAPT. S. B. I.R.
SEP. 18, 1873
Capt. S. B. Hempstead, a citizen of this county, a for many years a resident of Hanging Rock, died at his home last Friday. The deceased was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, 1823, graduated at Jefferson College, Pa., married in 1846, and went into the iron business, with which he was more or less connected the balance of his life. Interment at Portsmouth.
HENDERSON, SUSAN L. I.R.
DEC. 27, 1866
HENDERSON, THOMAS I.R. MAR.
Two old citizens of Rome Township, recently died. Paul Todd, died last Sunday, and Thos. Henderson, last Friday. They lived near each other, back of Millersport. They were over 80 years old.
HENDERSON, THOMAS I.R. MAR.
One of the old citizens and pioneer iron workers of the Hanging Rock Iron Region, died at Ashland, last Thursday, aged 82 years. He was a native of Maryland, and came to Hanging Rock in 1844, where he was a moulder in a stove foundry, which stood where Means Kyle & Co.'s office is now. Later on, the foundry was moved to the upper end of the village, and Mr. Henderson became one of the owners, selling out in 1882, to Kahn Bros. . . . Mr. Henderson was thrice married, and his third wife survives him. His children are John H. and Frank and Mrs. Maggie Hayes of Ashland, Mrs. Emma Burdine of Elkhart, Ind., and Miss Bird Henderson of Ashland. His death occurred at his beautiful home, "Bridge Haven," just above Ashland. Mr. Henderson was one of the men who made the first successful hot blast for furnace use, at Buckhorn, and himself moulded the first perfect furnace tuyers with a core in it, in this region.
HENDERSON, THOMAS JR. I.R.
MAY 05, 1864
HENKES, BALES I.R. OCT. 08,
Married on the 5th of Oct., 1863, by Peras R. Polley, Esq., at his office in Ironton, Mr. Bales Henkes(?) and Miss Rebecca Steele, all of Lawrence county, Ohio.
HENRY, MRS. I.R. MAY 15,
HENRY, I.R. SEPT. 02, 1897
There have been several cases of diptheria around Haverhill. There were eight cases in Peter Henry's family, and one died.
HENRY, I.R. JUL. 16,
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Henry
HENRY, (FIRST PART OF THIS CUT OFF NEED
TO LOOK UP) I.R. JAN. 31, 1901
___die Henry, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. David Henry of 85 So. 7th St., died Monday evening of appendicitis. . .
HENRY, BRICE I.R. NOV.
HENRY, EDWARD I.R. APR. 07,
Marriage license issued to Edward Henry and Rebecca Brown.
HENRY, MRS. ELIZABETH (LEE)
I.R. OCT. 18, 1877
Died last Tuesday at her residence in West Ironton, age 83. She was a PIONEER of this region. Born in Virginia, June 14th, 1795, she came here in 1813, and has been living in this county ever since. She was a daughter of Rev. John Lee, a very prominent Baptist preacher in those early days. The deceased was married when she moved to this county. Six children survive, four of whom live in Ironton. Her husband died about 37 years ago. Interment: Henry graveyard.
HENRY, ELLIOT I.R. OCT. 02,
Died at his home on 8th street last night. Members of the Dick Lambert Post will attend the funeral.
HENRY, MRS. EVA I.R. SEP.
HENRY, FRANK I.R. JAN. 02,
Haverhill Surprised - . . wedding of Mr. Frank Henry and Miss Myrtle Hailey were married December 19th, at the home of the bride's grandfather, Mr. John A. Winkler, Rev. W. Weekly officiating. . . reception tendered by the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Henry.
HENRY, GEORGE A. ISWR. MAR.
HENRY, GROVER I.R. JAN. 25,
Grover Henry, an employee of the Ironton Portland Cement Company met death in one of its most horrid forms, Monday night while engaged at his work. Mr. Henry who is about 20 years of age, was employed as oiler at the plant . . . his clothing caught in the shafting and he was hurled into eternity without a moment's warning. . . .
HENRY, JAMES J. I.R. MAR.
Bucyrus, Ohio - March 17 - Rev. James J. Henry died at the age of 26 years. His body was taken to his late home in Lawrence county. He was the son of Isiah Henry of Hamilton Twp.
HENRY, J. L. I.R. AUG.
Marriage license issued - J. L. Henry and Esther McKnight.
HENRY, J. O. IET APR.
A resident of 315 North 8th St., died at his home this morning. . . Grief over the serious illness of his wife, Elizabeth, who remains alarmingly ill, is believed to have brought . . . illness. Born 88 years ago last April 8th, Mr. Henry was born in the neighborhood in which he died. . . . 65 years ago, Mr. Henry was united in marriage to Elizabeth Sharp . . . survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Anna Austin, at home; three sons, Lee Henry of Canton, Mo., Ralph of Detroit and A. C. Henry of south 5th street, and three grandsons, Bert Henry of Ironton, Robert and Ralph Henry of Detroit.
HENRY, JOHN ISWR. FEB.
HENRY, DR. JOHN S. I.R.
MAY 09, 1895
Dr. John S. Henry died last Thursday night. He was born near the foot of the hills below town in August, 1834, and has lived here ever since, except for the short period he resided in Getaway, this county. He had five full brothers, two of whom are living, Rev. P. Henry, of the Ohio Conference and Clark Henry, who resides at Pinegrove. The family resided here when the site of Ironton was a cornfield or a forest. The father built a sawmill near the lower end of 5th St., the marks of the dam being yet visible. The boys engaged in farming and teaming. When Ironton was established they hauled the stone for the first foundations. Their mother died when they were young boys, and the father married again. The second wife, the mother of Clay and Brice Henry, still survives. In 1862 he married. He entered the volunteer service as a Hospital Steward during the war. At its close, he studied medicine. . . Interment at Woodland.
HENRY, LEVI M. I.R. JUNE 12,
Marriage license issued to Levi M. Henry and Victoria L. Bradshaw.
HENRY, MARSHAL I.R.
DEC. 24, 1891
A brother of L. M. and Jas. O. died at his home near Glenroy, Jackson county, December 15, of paralysis. He served three years in Co. G 2nd KY Inf. He lived in Ironton in his boyhood days. VETERAN
HENRY, MARY ANN I.R.
JUL. 13, 1871
HENRY, MRS. MARY ANN I.R.
JUL. 20, 1871
HENRY, MILLARD E. I.R. APR.
Married Saturday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Davies on Chestnut street, by Rev. W. H. Hampton of the Episcopal Church, Mr. Millard E. Henry and Miss Maggie E. Davies.
HENRY, MORRIS I.R. OCT. 06,
Died on Monday, Oct. 3d, Morris Henry, an old and much esteemed citizen of this county.
HENRY, MORRIS DEACON I.R.
MAY 15, 1862
HENRY, WILLIAM D. I.R.
JUL. 15, 1858
Married on the 8th inst., by Rev. George E. Leonard, Mr. William D. Henry and Miss Sarah V. Cloninger, all of Ironton.
HENRY, WILLIAM DAVIDSON I.R.
JAN. 25, 1906
Died at his home on Park Avenue Sunday morning, aged 76 years, 1 month and 14 days. He was born on the Henry farm, now known as the Geswein place just north of this city on January 7th 1830, and was the son of James and Elizabeth Henry. He was the youngest boy of a family of seven boys and seven girls. He left the farm to accept a position as miller at the old Magnolia flour mill which of later years has been occupied by the Chrystal Ice Co. in the manufacture of ice. This position he held for a number of years but latter he became the proprietor of the business and conducted it for 20 years, when he retired and soon after was elected Justice of the Peace of Upper township, at the time of his death was serving his fourth term. Baptist. Belonged to the Harmon Lodge I.O.O.F. of this city Survived by 3 sons: George E. of Vinciennes, Ind., Charles W. of Washington, D. C., and Thomas O. of Terra Haute, Ind. He is also survived by five grand children and 3 sister. The sisters are: Mrs. Quincy Rogers and Mrs. Annie Haney of this city and Mrs. Harriet Pickett of Crown City, O. His wife preceded him to that better world by about six years.
* Mrs. James Levering, who came to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, W. D. Henry, left Friday noon for her home. She and her husband live in Madisonville, a suburb of Cincinnati, where they conduct a confectionery store and restaurant. They were former residents of Ironton. Mr. Levering conducted a grocery and feed store at the corner of 2nd and Buckhorn streets for a long time afterwards the place was known as Levering's corner. Thirty years ago last August they moved to Cincinnati . . . I.R. 08 Feb. 1906.
* see Eulogy I.R. Feb. 01, 1906.
HENRY, WILLIE IJRN
SEPT 24, 1869
Died - Willie Henry, a male age 13 was scalded to death.
HENSHAW, FREDERICK SIDNEY
I.R. SEP. 19, 1850
Died in Burlington, on the 16th, Frederick Sidney, youngest son of Wm. F. and Rachel Henshaw, aged 1y 3m.
HENSHAW, WILLIAM F., COLONEL
I.R. DEC. 29, 1853
Died in Cattaraugus county, New York, on the 13th of November last, Col. Wm. F. Henshaw, formerly of Burlington, in this county, aged about 53.
HENSLEY, SAMUEL I.R. JAN.
Died Dec. 29, Sam'l Hensley, aged 24 years.
HENTHORN, I.R. JAN. 06, 1887
Birth- Dec. 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henthorn, a son.
HEPLAR, JACOB I.R.
HERBERT, OTTO LEWIS
I.R. APR. 27, 1871
On the 22d inst., son of Peter and Frances Herbert, aged 13 days.
HERMAN, MRS. RACHEL B. I.R.
APR. 01, 1880
HERRENKOHL, CHAS. A. I.R.
JAN. 06, 1887
Marriage license issued to Chas. A. Herrenkohl and Lizzie L. McDermott.
HERRENKOLE, ALBERT I.R. MAR.
Married at the Buckeye House, on the 12th inst., by Rev. B. N. Spahr, Mr. Albert Herrenkole and Miss Louisa Fuller, both of Cabel county, Virginia.
HESKETT, ROBERT I.R. FEB.
Railroad brakeman of Russell (KY), died at his apartment on Ferry Street in Russell this morning (do not have end of obit.)
HESSLER, MRS. NANCY I.R.
JAN. 1, 1891
Haverhill- The death of Mrs. Nancy Hessler occurred on December 25th, near Sciotoville, at the home of her daughter. The deceased was a sister of J. A. and G. C. Winkler, who with their wives attended the funeral at Wheelersburg, Dec. 29th.
HIBBARD, MISS DORA I.R. MAR.
Miss Dora Hibbard, daughter of Capt. Geo. B. Hibbard, was married at Plainfield, N.J., on the 24th of February, to Mr. Horace W. Durgin of Tauton, Mass., which place will be their future home.
HIBBARD, WARREN G. I.R. SEP.
Married Sept. 22nd, at Capt. Farley's, Kanawha Co., WV, by Rev. D. H. K. Dix, Mr. Warren G. Hibbard of Ironton, Ohio and Miss Cela F. Huddleston of Fayette Co., WV.
HIBBERLIN, MARY I.R.
MAR. 15, 1888
Died - Mary Hibberlin, March 8, aged 45.
HICKMAN, INFANT I.R.
NOV. 03, 1887
Died - Oct. 30, infant child of Joseph Hickman.
HICKMAN, JOSPEH (colored)
IWR JAN. 02, 1897
Jospeph Hickman, the colored shoemaker, died Monday evening at this home on south 4th street, of consumption. He was 52 years of age and leaves a family. He was an ex-soldier, and member of the Dick Lambert Post G. A. R. Interment in the soldier's lot at Woodland cemetery.
HICKS, MRS. CAROLINE IET.
FEB. 09, 1931
HICKS, JAMES I.R. OCT. 27,
Married on the 24th, by Jacob Lair, Esq., Mr. James Hicks and Miss Minerva Coon.
HICKS, WILLIAM IET.
APR. 28, 1938
HICKS, WILLIAM I.R. JUN. 10,
HIGGINS, DAVID W. I.R. MAY
HIGGINS, DELORIOUS I.R. JAN.
Died on the 16th ult., at Millersport, Mrs. Delorious Higgins, wife of James Higgins, aged 51y27d.
HIGGINS, GERTRUDE I.R. JUN.
HIGGINS, JOHN W. ISWR JUL.
HIGGINS, REUBEN IET. JUN.
HIGGINS, T. J. IET. JUL. 20,
T. J. Higgins, 82, former Ironton resident, and pioneer iron worker of this section, died Monday...at his home in the Belfonte Addition to Ashland. He was a veteran of the Civil War, serving with the 173rd O.V.I. He is survived by his widow and the following children: F. O. Higgins, Parkersburg; Stanley C. Higgins, Mount Hope, W. Va., Dr. R. D. Higgins, Ashland, and J. W. Higgins of Coal Grove. One brother and one sister, Reuben J. Higgins of Coal Grove and Mrs. Josie Pancake, of Huntington, also survive.
HILB, LINNIE IJRN NOV. 02,
Died November 1st, Linnie, daughter of Mority and Hanche Hilb.
HILB, MORITZ IJRN
SEPT. 15, 1869
Born on September 5th, (Jewish New Year), a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Hilb.
HILB, NINNIE I.R. NOV.
Died in this city, Nov. 1st, Ninnie, daughter of M. and H. Hilb, aged 3 years. Burial at Portsmouth.
HILBERTH, AUGUSTUS I.R. OCT.
Married on the 14th inst., by Rev. J. H. Creighton, Mr. Augustus Hilberth to Miss Angeline Powell; all of Ironton.
HILGENBERG, CHARLIE I.R.
MAR. 26, 1865
Forest Dale - Charlie Hilgenburg and Lydia Markins, both of this place, were married last Friday.
HILGENBERG, GEORGE I.R. JUN.
George Hilgenberg, a youth of 16, was drowned at Petersburg last Sunday. He was bathing in the river with his brother and went over a step-off. He couldn't swim and drowned before help could reach him. The body was recovered.
HILGENBERGG, LOUI I.R. APR.
Marriage license issued to Loui Hilgenbergg and Maggie Martin.
HILGER, VALENTINE I.R. NOV.
HILL, MRS. I.R. NOV.
The remains of Mrs. Hill, of Coal Valley, W. Va., daughter of John Brannigan, of Mt. Vernon, were brought here last Monday and buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery.
HILL, MRS. I.R. FEB.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Dean returned last Monday. They were at St. Paul, Minn., when a telegram giving the news of the death of Mr. Dean's sister, Mrs. Hill, reached them, which hurried them home . . .
HILL, GEORGE P. IWR FEB 14,
An aged vagrant was found in a dying condition at the Kelly Nail mill early Friday morning, and died soon after he was found. Hill was about 73 years old, and for the past six years has been an inmate of the infirmary, but ran away from there about a month ago and has been wandering about since. (lengthy story)
HILL, J. M. IET OCT. 28,
Ironton's oldest business man, died today. J. M. Hill of 602 So. 5th St. Mr. Hill died at the age of 92 years . . . it was a crushing blow to him when the 1937 flood forced his unwilling retirement from active pursuits following 64 years of service. J. M. Hill came to Ironton in the Spring of 1873 at the age of 27 years. . . He and his brother Ezra D. Hill established the Hill Book Store in what is now the McCauley building of Second and Center street and from that time until the 1937 flood Mr. Hill's service to the public continued. His brother died in 1898 and Mr. Hill then moved to his location back of the McCauley building, in rooms now housing the Lambert Dress Shop. When Ironton launched its flood prevention program it looked to its oldest business man to turn the first shovel of dirt and Mr. Hill, together with Mr. E. F. Tyler, had the honor of leading flood wall ceremonies. Mr. Hill referred to the program as "my flood wall." Mr. Hill was born in Wooster, Wayne cou nty, Ohio on August 18, 1846. Two brothers, later killed in battle, served in the Civil War and Mr. Hill enlisted for similar services but was sent home from camp due to his youth. In 1883 he was united in marriage to Anna Eliza Dean. . . and on last week, on October 18th, they joined members of their family and friends celebration of their 55th anniversary. Survivors are his widow, one daughter, Mrs. W. P. Lewis and three grandchildren, Horace, Eliza and Charlotte Hill. One son, Horace Hill died several years ago. Interment at Woodland.
HILL, MRS. JAMES I.R. JAN.
Wife of former pastor of Spencer Chapel, died at her home in Chicago, last week and was buried at Indianapolis. She was 61.
HILL, JOSEPH I.R. JUL. 26,
Joseph Hill, who left Ironton about 2 weeks ago to work at Clifton, WV, was brought back a corpse last Monday morning, having been killed by a companion while in bathing Saturday evening. Hill . . . had a quarrel in the water with a man named Oliver, who followed him up the bank and stabbed him terribly, from the effects of which he died three or four hours afterward. The remains were brought to Ironton and burial Monday from the home of Jos. Hill in West Ironton, an uncle of the murdered man.
HILL, LOTTIE I.R. MAY
Died - on the 19th inst., at Millersport, of lung fever, Lottie, daughter of B. C. and M. E. Hill; aged 4 yrs. 11 mos. And 6 days.
HILL, MARIA C. I.R. FEB. 13,
Died - Feb. 8th, Maria C. Hill, aged 80. (I believe her maiden name was Dean - smk)
HILL, PATRICK I.R. JUL. 29,
HILLE, INFANT CHILD I.R.
AUG. 30, 1883
Deaths - Hille - Aug. 22, child of William Hille, aged 14 months.
HILZENBERG, GEORGE I.R. JUL.
Died June 24, George Hilzenburg, aged 16.
HIRST, I.R. JUL. 17, 1879
HIRST, MRS. A. C. I.R. OCT.
HITT, I.R. APR. 28, 1864
HITT, LEWIS H. I.R. AUG. 03,
Marriage license issued during month of July - Lewis L. Hitt and Jane E. Partlow.
HOARD, LOUISA I.R. MAY 18,
HOBBS, INFANT I.R.
JUN. 02, 1887
Deaths - May 25, infant child of Reuben Hobbs.
HODGE, CHAS. A. I.R. NOV.
Marriage license issued to Chas. A. Hodge and Mary E. Suiter.
HODNETT, I.R. FEB. 08,
HOERNER, FRED I.R.
SEP. 10, 1885
HOFFMAN, CHARLES IWR
SEP. 06, 1893
An old resident of the city, died at his home on 2nd street in West Ironton Sunday morning. He was born in the state of Bavaria, Germany in 1836. Coming to America in 1861, he located at New Castle this county, where he worked in the mines till he went to Kentucky in 1863. He was watchman at the Lawrence Mill for 7 years, also embarked in the grocery business. He served 2 terms as city council, two terms on the board of equalization, a number of improvement boards, active in public affairs for a number of years.. Besides his wife, five children survive: Leonard J., the Second street shoeman, George, Mrs. Mary Sierer, Charles C. and Amelia.
HOFFMAN, JASON I.R.
FEB. 13, 1902
Died at his home corner Mill and Front street, after a brief illness of pneumonia. The deceased will be remembered as the man who caused some comment about 2 years ago, when he was a trustee at the Athens Asylum, by eloping with another patient whom he married in this city. He leaves a wife.
HOFFMAN, LOUIS FLOYD
IET FEB. 08, 1932
Age 85, died at his home in Burlington this morning. His wife preceded him in death three years ago, but he is survived by a number of nieces and nephews.
HOFFMAN, MRS. LUCRETIA W. B.
I.R. APR. 05, 1871
Died at Garnett, Kansas, March 21st, of inflammation of the bowels, Mrs. Lucretia W. R. (or B.) Hoffman, wife of Col. J. J. Hoffman.
HOGAN, JAMES IWR JUN.
James Hogan, a stove moulder employed at the Foster Stove foundry, died this morning, at his home on Buckhorn St., of pleurisy. He was about 42 years of age, and leaves a family. The funeral arrangements have not yet announced.
HOGSTEN, FRANK I.R.
MAR. 19, 1903
HOKE, BERTHA MARGARET
I.R. SEP. 03, 1874
HOLBROOK, I.R. JAN.
HOLBROOK, AMBROSE I.R. SEP.
Marriage license issued to Ambrose Holbrook and Eleanor Wheeler.
HOLDEN, MRS. S. E. I.R.
OCT. 15, 1868
HOLDERBY, MRS. LIZZIE (MCMAHON)
I.R. FEB. 03, 1898
Died - Scottown - on Friday morning, Mrs. Lizzie Holderby. Died of something like apoplexy. The same malady that caused the death of her brother, Micager McMahon, last August.
HOLDERBY, WILLIAM I.R. JAN.
Died at his residence in Windsor Tp., this county, Jan. __, 1871. He was born in Cabell county, West Va., Jan. 22d, 1786; and emigrated to this county in the year 1816, and settled on Symmes Creek Valley near the mouth of Venison Ham, where he continued to reside until (his death). Leaves his aged companion, several sons and daughters.
HOLIDAY, REV. JAMES J.
I.R. AUG. 26, 1875
HOLLERON, JOHN M.I.
MAR. 21, 1925
HOLLEY, ELISHA W. I.R.
OCT. 15, 1885
Marriage license issued - Elisha W. Holley and Mattie Roberts.
HOLLIDAY, CAPTAIN GEORGE H.
ISWR JUN. 17, 1919
HOLLIDAY, JOEL W. I.R.
DEC. 07, 1865
Married on December 2nd, 1865, at the city of Ironton, by Peras R. Polley, Esq., Mr. Joel W. Holliday and Miss Ellen Partlow, both of Coal Grove, Ohio.
HOLLIDAY, JOHN H. I.R.
SEPT. 22, 1892
John H. Holliday, formerly of this county, died at his home in Sciotoville, last Saturday, at the age of 57 years. Many people of this county will remember Mr. Holliday. He was a good man.
HOLLIDAY, MRS. REBECCA
I.R. SEP. 05, 1861
I.R. MAR. 06, 1862
HOLLINGSWORTH, DR. J.
I.R. JUN. 30, 1864
HOLLY, JOHN I.R. MAY
Died on the 15th at the County Infirmary aged 36. From exposure one cold night in Feb. last year, near Etna Furnace, had his legs frozen, and they were both amputated below the knees.
HOLMES, JAMES H. I.R.
MAR. 31, 1892
James H. Holmes, an old soldier and river captain and ex-game warden of this county, died at his home on Vernon street between 2nd and Front streets, last Friday evening. Capt. Holmes has been a resident of this city for nearly 30 years. Burial at Woodland.
HOLMES, WILLIAM I.R.
FEB. 25, 1858
Married on the 18th inst., by Rev. Wm. Allgood; Elder William Holmes, of Webster, and Mrs. Mary E. Morgan, of Portsmouth.
HOLMES, W. R. I.R.
APR. 15, 1858
Died - W. R. Holmes for many years a school teacher in Scioto county died on the 2nd inst., at the residence of Nat. Preston, his son-in-law.
HOLROYD, MRS. D. W.
I.R. JAN. 18, 1866
Died at her residence in Lawrence county, Ohio, Dec. 20, 1865, Mrs. D. W., wife of William Holroyd, and daughter of E. W. Wakefield, of this county, died aged 36 years. Leaves a companion and three children.
HOLT, I.R. MAY
Died - May 23, daughter of Albert Holt, aged 32 1/2 years?.
HOLT, MRS. ABNER I.R. SEP.
HOLT, ALBERT (colored) I.R. OCT.
A sudden death - Last Sunday afternoon, Albert Holt, a well known colored man was found dead in his bed at his home on Washington street. The immediate cause was heart trouble. His age was 42. He arrived in Ironton in 1856. He came from Kentucky with quite a company of slaves that had been liberated by their owner, Judge Holt. Judge Holt came to Ironton with his old slaves, and while living, exercised toward them a most fatherly care. He bought a little farm above Ice Creek for one of them. He also, purchased the cottage where Mrs. Moreland lives for another and it has remained in the family of the owner ever since. Judge Holt died in this town a few years after his arrival, mourned by his former slaves and this entire community. The way he happened to come to Ironton was Rev. J. F. Given, a nephew of his, preached at Spencer Chapel. Mr. Given was probably the finest scholar Spencer ever had. He was a man of wonderfully fine social and scholarly instincts; and he won Judge Holt to him and his liberal ideas. Thus Judge Holt came here and gathered his old slaves about him, and helped them to enjoy their freedom. . . . Albert Holt was ten years old when the little colony of freedmen came to town in 1856. . . .
HOLT, FRANK (colored) I.R.
MAR. 24, 1892
A young colored man, named Frank Holt, aged about 23 years of age, died at the County Infirmary, Sunday.
HOLT, FRED I.R. APR.
Marriage license issued to Fred Holt and Katie Lee.
HOLT, DR. PETER C. I.R.
MAR. 07, 1861
Died in Ironton, March 2d, at his residence, aged 79 years. Born near Petersburg, Va., Sept. 3, 1782. Moved with his parents to Bardstown, Ky., in 1789. Educated under Rev. Joshua L. Wilson, D. D., since of Cincinnati. Studied medicine . . . He married in 1813 to Susannah W. Campbell of Tennessee, near Clarksville, who survives him. . . He removed to this county, but a wish to emancipate his servants induced him to dispose of his farm, and he removed his servants, over 30 in number, to this place, and for about four years past he has resided chiefly in Ironton. . .
HOLZAPPEL, HENRY I.R.
NOV. 10, 1887
Marriage license issued to Henry Holzappel and Lena Knapp.
HONSHELL, WASHINGTON Captain
I.R. MAY 30, 1896*
I.R. June 04, 1896 He had reached the age of 71 years. Riverboatman. Does not name wife or children. Funeral held at the home in Catlettsburg, Ky. Burial in the village cemetery. (Note from smk - his children were: Fannie Honshell Williamson; Nannie Scott Honshell Kelly Wright; Gus Honshell married Clara Stoddard, a niece of Colis P. Huntington and Kate Honshell married Millard F. Hampton. See: I.R. Oct. 10, 1889 - 39th anniversary of Capt. And Mrs. Honshell - this is in the article 10th Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Kelly.
HONSHELL, MRS. WASHINGTON
I.R. 28 AUG. 1902
Friday afternoon, Mrs. Honshell, widow of the late Commodore Honshell, and mother of Mrs. Lindsey Kelly of this city, died at her home in Catlettsburg, after a long illness. The deceased was almost 70 years old and was a native of this county.
HOOD, CHARLES FRANCES I.R.
MAY 08, 1862
HOOD, W. C. I.R. FEB.
HOOK, MRS. MARY I.R.
OCT. 07, 1886
Died Oct. 5, Mrs. Mary Hook, aged 62.
HOOKER, JOE GENERAL
I.R. NOV. 06, 1879
HOOP, ELIZABETH I.R.
NOV. 08, 1866
HOOVER, DAVID P. I.T.
NOV. 20, 1946
HOOVER, WILLIAM H. I.R.
JAN. 29, 1942
HOPITRY/HOPTRY , MRS. JOHN
IET JAN. 02, 1926
Funeral services for Mrs. John Hoptry were held . . . interment at Woodland.
HOPKINS, I.R. FEB. 18,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hopkins lost their little boy last Monday. He died from some lung trouble. He was 3 years old.
HOPKINS, CHARLES POWELL
I.R. JAN. 26, 1871
HOPKINS, DAVID W. I.R.
MAR. 23, 1865
Married on the 13th inst., at the residence of Rev. Jas. Thomas, Ironton, O., by Rev. H. L. Whitehead, David W. Hopkins, and Miss Anna Joseph, both of this place.
HOPKINS, MRS. DELIA
I.R. FEB. 04, 1904
Mrs. Delia Hopkins, a colored woman of 101 years, died last week at the Almshouse in Maysville, Ky. She was familiar with many incidents of the war of 1812. She was born in Virginia and was the recipient of many favors from George Washington along with other children of that time.
HOPKINS, ELMER G. I.R.
JAN. 16, 1902
Died July 16, 1901 - drowned in the Ohio River opposite Etna Furnace.
HOPKINS, EMMA FLORENCE
I.R. NOV. 01, 1855
HOPKINS, H. G. I.R.
OCT. 30, 1879
Mr. A. North, of Bates Co., Mo., father-in-law of H. G. Hopkins, sends us a few ears of corn ...
HOPKINS, MISS MAGGIE
I.R. DEC. 01, 1864
Died at Topeka, Ks., Oct. 30,of typhoid fever, Miss Maggie Hopkins, formerly of Ashland, Kentucky.
HOPKINS, MARCUS C. I.R.
JAN. 06, 1855
HOPKINS, MRS. MARGARET
I.R. FEB. 21, 1878
She was born 1807 in Wales. She married 1829 and settled in Ironton in 1853. She was the mother of Rev. Howell G., William G. and David Hopkins.
HOPKINS, ROBERT L. I.R.
DEC. 31, 1891
He was born at Williamsburg, Penn., Oct. 29, 1815, and died at Ironton, Dec. 24, 1891 being in his 77th year. He was married at Burlington to Ethelena Thomas, June 6, 1839. Six children were born of this union, four of whom are still living. A son Wilmot came in from New Mexico for the funeral. Mr. Hopkins died of urinary trouble. He was a potter by trade. He was deputy sheriff to Sheriff Joshua Hambleton. He filled the office of city councilman and city commissioner. He later became a cistern builder. (note he had a daughter Mrs. Tillie Rankin - not named in obit.) Interment at Woodland. I.R. Jan. 07, 1892 - Wilmot Hopkins left for New Mexico last Monday, he was here to attend his father's funeral.
HOPKINS, THOMAS I.R.
NOV. 02, 1865
Married by Peras R. Polley, J. P., in East Ironton Oct. 17, 1865, Mr. Thomas Hopkins and Mrs. Sarah Bolin.
HOPKINS, W. G. IWR
JAN. 30, 1897
Mr. W. G. Hopkins died suddenly at his home at Sixth and Hecla streets this morning due to heart trouble. The deceased would have been 59 years old on Feb. 22nd next. He was a native of Swanses, Wales, but came to this country with his parents when about 12 years of age. After a short residence in Philadelphia, he came to Ironton. Many years employed at Lambert Bro.'s machine shops. He served in the Union cause during the Civil War enlisting April 19th, 1861, in Co. A. 18th, O.V.I. and later served in Co. B. 2nd W.V. cavalry, and was discharged in Dec. 1864. His wife - Mrs. Jennie Charlton Hopkins - and four children survive. The latter are Mrs. Will Batham, Mrs. T. W. Davies, Mrs. Samuel Larimer and Will Hopkins, all of this city. Other relatives, at present absent from the city, are Messrs. Howell G. Hopkins and D. W. Hopkins, brothers, and Thomas Charlton, brother-in-law, and D. P. Hopkins, a nephew of Cleves, Ohio. Interment at Woodland
HORN, MISS KATIE SWI NOV.
HAVE FUNERAL ARRANGEMENT NEED OBIT
HOSKINS, NORA I.R. JAN. 16,
Died June 11, 1901 - suicide, died at city hospital.
HOSKINSON, MRS. ELIZABETH
I.R. JAN. 23, 1879
Wife of Minter Hoskinson at her home in Ironton on Jan. 18, 1879. She was born in Clarksburg, WV on Sept. 15, 1825. Illness was brief.
HOUSEN, FLORENCE I.R. SEP.
HOUSTEN, WILLIAM L.
I.R. MAR. 31, 1892
Marriage license issued to William L. Housten and Atha W. Benson.
HOWARD, HENRY I.R.
JAN. 21, 1904
Marriage license issued to Henry Howard, 23, and Minnie O. Turner, 21, Montreal, Ohio.
HOWARD, MARY I.R. JAN.
HOWARD, SYLVESTER I.R.
MAY 31, 1900
HOWE, JACOB I.R. DEC.
Died at his residence in Greenup county, Ky., Nov. 15, 1870, Jacob Howe, aged 80 years. Same in IJRN Nov. 30, 1870.
HOWELL, BENJAMIN I.R.
APR. 17, 1862
Married on the 10th inst., by Rev. J. W. Sleeper, Mr. Benjamin Howell to Miss Elizabeth Deering, all of Lawrence county.
HOWELL, C. W. I.__ MAY 20,
HOWELL, INFANT CHILD
I.R. FEB. 08, 1906
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Howell of N. 5th Street, died Sunday morning. The funeral services were held at Sugar Creek Baptist Church. Burial at Sugar Creek cemetery.
HOWELL, NOLA I.R. SEP.
Died - Nola, infant child of John Howell, at Russell.
HOWELL, JOHN I.R. OCT.
Married on Sept. 29th by C. Matthews, J. P. Mr. John Howell and Miss Louisa Auckerman, all of Sheridan Coal Works.
HOWELL, MRS. MATTIE G.
I.R. JUL. 09, 1874
HOWELL, REV. WILLIAM
HOWELLS, MARY E. I.R.
AUG. 18, 1887
Died - Aug. 11, Mary E. Howells.
HOWLAND, MISS I.R.
DEC. 06, 1895
Miss Howland, sister of Mrs. James Dupuy died Saturday, at Lynn, Ky.
HOY, OWEN I.R. DEC.
On Sunday morning past, a man named Owen Hoy was found dead in the edge of the grove above town . . . jury of inquest "the deceased came to his death by drunkenness and exposure to weather."
HUCKERMAN, INFANT I.R.
FEB. 13, 1890
Died - Feb. 6, infant child of Mrs. Louisa Huckerman.
HUEY, JAMES G. I.R.
SEP. 01, 1864
HUFFMAN, MRS. ISABELLA
I.R. MAR. 04, 1875
HUFFMAN, JOSEPH I.R.
DEC. 07, 1854
Married on Nov. 30th, by Jacob Lair, Esq., Joseph Huffman and Eliza Puckett, both of Clinton Furnace, Ohio.
HUGHES, MRS. ELIZABETH
I.R. JAN. 05, 1888
Died January 5, 1888, West Ironton, aged 70, died January 3, from effects of burns received last Thursday by dress catching fire.
HUGHES, EZEKIAL I.R. JAN.
HUGHES, INFANT I.R. JUN. 09,
Died - June 5, child of Thomas Hughes.
HUGHES, THOMAS I.R.
MAR. 05, 1885
HUMMEL, MRS. ROSA I.R.
AUG. 09, 1888
Mrs. Rosa Hummel, wife of John Hummel, died suddenly at her home in West Ironton, last Saturday night. Her age was 59. Three sons of the deceased arrived from Cincinnati while the services were in progress at the church. She died in the arms of her husband.
HUMMELL, GEORGE I.R.
JAN. 06, 1887
Marriage license issued to Geo. Hummell and Lizzie Phillips.
HUMPHREYS, MISS AMANDA DOAK
I.R. FEB. 18, 1904
Miss Amanda Doak Humphreys died last Tuesday at the home of Col. And Mrs. George N. Gray, of heart trouble. The deceased was born at Ripley, Ohio, in 1829 and was in her 84th year. For a great number of years Miss Humphreys made her home with her brother Smith Humphreys, of Ft. Wayne, Ind., and with her sister of this city but for 20 years she has made her home with Col. And Mrs. George N. Gray, of South Sixth St. Besides her relatives here she is survived by a niece, Miss Mary Gary Humphreys, of Washington, D. C.
HUMPHREYS, MRS. ISABELLE
I.R. AUG. 17, 1905
Mrs. Isabelle Humphrey, one of the oldest . . . ladies of this city, died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George N. Gray, on South Sixth Street, aged 87 years. She was born at Carlisle, Ky., June 16, 1818, and spent most of her life in this county. She had made her home with her daughter since 1876. She is survived by Mrs. Gray, her only daughter. Mrs. Isabella Jane Humphreys, wife of the late J. W. Humphreys, and mother of Mrs. Geo. N. Gray . . . her father, the Rev. John Rankin was pastor of the Presbyterian church. They removed to Ripley, O., and here Mrs. Humphrey was married.
HUMPHREYS, JOHN I.R.
FEB. 06, 1879
Deaths: Humphreys - in Ironton, Feb. 1, 1879, John Humphreys aged 65 years.
HUMPHREYS, JOHN WILSON
IWR AUG. 31, 1895*
HUMPHREYS, MARY I.R.
OCT. 10, 1878
Died on Monday, Oct. 7, the daughter of Richard and Ann Humphreys, aged 18y 5m.
HUMPHREYS, MRS. SARAH
IWR JAN. 25, 1896
An aged woman who lived alone in a one-room cabin near the Kelly cemetery was found dead in her bed Thursday. The deceased was 69 years of age. Interment at Woodland.
HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM I.R.
JUN. 22, 1871
Died on the 14th inst., at Vesuvius Furnace, William, son of J. W. and Isabella J. Humphreys, aged 23 years and 5 months.
HUMPHRIES, J. W. I.R.
SEPT. 05, 1895
J. W. Humphries died Aug. 28, 1895 and was buried at Woodland. He was born at Ripley in 1818 and was 77 years old. He had resided in this county for 40 years ... His wife survives him.
HUNDERDOSSE, REV. WILLIAM
I.R. MAR. 19, 1868
HUNLEY, MISS FANNY I.R.
JUL. 17, 1902
HUNLEY, WILLIAM I.R.
DEC. 25, 1884
Died Dec. 20th, age _____.
HUNT, ANDREW I.R.
SEPT. 19, 1895
Andrew Hunt died August 22, 1895 at his home in Windsor Tp., age 63 years. He leaves a wife and four children.
HUNT OR HURST, CORNELIUS I.R.
FEB. 28, 1861
Died in Fayette Township on Feb. 25, age about 60?.
HUNT, MANFORT I.R.
DEC. 05, 1895
Died - Manfort Hunt, son of Andrew and Minerva Hunt died on Oct. 20, 1895, age 26. Burial at Pine Grove Cemetery, next to his father.
HUNT, MRS. RACHAEL I.R. JUN.
Died in Greenfield Tp., Gallia Co., O., on the 14th inst., Rachael, wife of William Hunt, Esq.
HUNT, ROBERT I.R. JAN.
Died Jan. 13, Robert, infant son of Van Hunt, aged 9 months.
HUNT, SAMUEL I.R. MAY
Memorial to Dead Chief - The directors of the Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railway Company have issued in memory of the late Samuel Hunt, a fitting tribute. "Mr. Samuel Hunt, President of the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Railway Company, died at his residence, in Cincinnati, on Monday, May 15, 1905, after a brief illness." . . .
HUNTER, I. JRN. SEPT.
Born - a son and daughter to John A. and Lizzie Hunter on September 3rd.
HUNTER, MRS. AMELIA
IET FEB. 10, 1926
Mrs. Amelia Hunter, wife of P. F. Hunter of 619 North 5th St., passed away this morning . . . Mrs. Hunter was 67 years old, being born in this city, a daughter of Francis and America DeMaro. Her parents were among the early settlers of this district, Mr. DeMaro coming direct to Ironton from France in 1848. She and Mr. Hunter were married in Ironton and reared their family here. Mr. Hunter was one of the founders of the First M. E. church. A husband and five children survive: Henry of Ironton, John of Vermillion, Charles of Philadelphia, James P. and Mary at home. One son, Samuel, passed away three years ago. T. O. DeMaro of Columbus is a brother and Mrs. Anna M. __ymkle of Lunleith, WV, a sister. The latter's husband was killed in an automobile accident several months ago. One sister, Mrs. Mary Williams of Russell, and one brother, Will DeMaro, preceded Mrs. Hunter in death. Interment at Woodland.
HUNTER, CLARENCE I.R.
JUL. 19, 1888
Died July 12, Clarence, son of J. a. Hunter, aged 3 years.
HUNTER, DELBERT I.R.
MAY 10, 1906
Nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Azro Hunter died Monday of pneumonia at the home of his parents at Jeffersonville. The burial was at Zoar cemetery.
HUNTER, DR. GEORGE SWR
NOV. 09, 1921
Dr. George Hunter weds Miss Henrietta Wagner - this morning at the home of Rev. W. H. Hampton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Wagner, . .
HUNTER, H. S. M.I.
AUG. 24, 1922
H. S. Hunter, aged 74, father of Elmer and Dr. George Hunter of this city, passed away last night at his home in Cincinnati. Mr. Hunter was born September 23, 1848, at Butler county, Pennsylvania, and would have been 74 years of age next month. A carpenter by trade, many of the pioneer homes of this city were erected by his labors. In addition to the wife the following children survive: Mrs. Lindsey Primm, Mrs. Carl Everman, Frank R. Hunter and A. H. Hunter, of Cincinnati, Roy Hunter of Washington, D. C., with the Washington Post, and Elmer and Dr. Hunter of this city.
HUNTER, REV. ISAAC C. I.R. OC. 03,
Rev. Isaac C. Hunter did not die at Burlington but was buried there.
HUNTER, JOHN I.R. NOV. 30,
Married on the 23rd of Nov., 1865, by Rev. C. W. Talbott, Mr. John Hunter and Miss Anna Allen, all of this county.
HUNTER, JOHN A. ISWR
SEP. 07, 1921
HUNTER, MRS. LILLIAN (NEAL)
I.R. JUN. 08, 1899*
HUNTER, PERRIN P. IET
APR. 10, 1931
A native of Ironton and a cousin of Mrs. John T. Sherman of 611 Vernon Street, died at Deaconess Hospital in Cincinnati, Thursday, following an operation. He was stricken in New York after returning from a tour around the world and was removed to Cincinnati for the operation. He was an art lover and self-made man, was born in Ironton but moved to Cincinnati years ago. He was 71 years old, retired carriage manufacturer . . . formerly was the owner of the American Carriage Company, largest carriage concern in Cincinnati. He entered the carriage business in 1888. He retired 12 years ago. The last carriage made by Hunter was sold to Henry Ford. He was a lover of art and owned over 200 paintings. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ida Grubbs Hunter.
HUNTER, PETER L. IET. JUN.
HUNTER, WILLIAM I.R. JUL.
HUNTER, ZOULIE I.R.
JAN. 26, 1871
HURD, JESSIE A. I.R.
APR. 02, 1857
Died on March 21st, at Portsmouth, Jessie A. Hurd, daughter of Jesse Y. and K. A. Hurd, in her 8th year.
HURD, JOHN R. SWI. OCT. 18,
HURD, JOHN R. I.R. MAY 13, 1852
Died in Portsmouth on the 11th inst., of croup, John R. Hurd, youngest child of Jesse Y. Hurd, aged about 14 months.
HURD, MRS. MARY I.R.
SEP. 23, 1852
Died at Portsmouth on the 19th inst., Mrs. Mary Hurd, relict of the late John Hurd, near Franklin Furnace, and a sister of Rev. Dan Young of this place, aged 62.
HURDMAN, GEORGE I.R. JUN.
HURDMAN, LAURA BELLE
I.R. JUL. 22, 1852
HURSEMAN, HENRY I.R.
OCT. 23, 1879
HURST, FRANK I.R. APR. 08, 1858
Fatal accident - Frank Hurst the son of Levi Hurst of Chillicothe thrown against the sawmill . . .
HURT, ALBERT C. I.R. AUG.
HURT, CORNELIUS I.R. FEB.
In Fayette Twp., on the 25th inst., Cornelius Hurt, aged about 60 years.
HURT, MRS. MARY J. I.R. MAR.
HURT, SAMUEL W. I.R.
AUG. 26, 1875
HUSSEY, CHRISTOPHER C.
ISWR NOV. 30, 1917
HUSSEY, JOHN I.R. MAY
Born near Hillsboro, Highland county, Ohio, Nov. 15, 1806, died April 20, 1890, age 83 years. Married Jane Edwards on Oct. 4, 1827 and survived her by 8 years. She died April, 1882. In 1859, he removed to Lawrence county where he has since resided. He leaves 4 sons and 3 daughters.
HUSTON, MARY JANE I.R.
OCT. 18, 1860
Died on the 4th inst., in Douglas county, Ill., of diptheria, Mary Jane Huston, only child of B. & E. E. Huston, formerly of this county, and granddaughter of J. W. Prose, aged 1y2m18d.
HUTCHISON, MILLARD FILLMORE
I.R. JAN. 26, 1865
Died of typhoid fever, at his mother's residence, near Louisa, Kentucky, Jan. 11, 1865, Millard Fillmore, youngest son of sister S. W. Hutchison, aged 11y5m5d.
HUTCHINSON, MRS. BELLE (HAMILTON)
I.R. DEC. 13, 1894
Mrs. Belle Hamilton Hutchinson died at her home in Washington city, Tuesday. She was a daughter of the late Robert B. Hamilton, and sister of John and Thomas Hamilton and Mrs. Gen. Enochs and Mrs. F. C. Tomlinson. She married Hon. Robert Hutchinson, a prominent lawyer of Columbus, and a leading member of the Ohio Senate at that time. They afterwards moved to New Orleans, where Mr. Hutchinson held a government position. Remaining there a short time, they took up their residence in Washington city, where Mrs. Hutchinson has dwelt ever since.
HUTCHINSON, LOUISA P. RUSSELL
I.R. JUL. 08, 1869 ALSO I.R. JUL.
HUTCHINSON, LUE ELLA I.R. AUG. 19,
HUTSINPILLAR, REV. I.R. JAN.
- Rev. Hutsinpillar, brother of Charles, is going to Palestine and Egypt, with the Ryder excursion, which leaves the middle of next month.....
HUTSINPILLAR, MRS. ELIZABETH
M.I. JAN. 01, 1925
Mrs. Elizabeth Hutsinpillar, Prominent Here, Ends Own Life - Body found hanging in closet of home; suffered temporary mental aberration; was active in church and charitable work - She was the wife of C. A. Hutsinpillar, she hanged herself at her home on south Fifth street. The body was found by the attendant hanging in a trunk room of the home by an electric light cord. Mrs. Elizabeth Nigh Hutsinpillar was born in Ironton, September, 1858, and spent practically her entire life in this city. She was a daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Elias Nigh, deceased. The former was a close personal friend of Senator Sherman and during her life Mrs. Huntsinpillar spent several years in Washington, D. C., visiting at the home of Senator Sherman. During her sojourn there she received inspiration for the painting of a beautiful picture of "Sherman's March to the Sea." This was drawn on a wall at the old Memorial Hall building and was destroyed by fire several years ago. She was an artist . . . Ten years ago she married Mr. C. A. Hutsinpillar and they took up their residence at Fifth and Lawrence street, and later moving to South fifth street. She is survived by her husband, one brother, Samuel Nigh of Huntington, WV, and two sisters, Mrs. John H. Queal, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Stanley Lee, Lexington, Ky. Interment at Woodland.
HUTT, ANDREW I.R. MAY
HUTTON, PATRICK SEE
I.R. DEC. 09, 1852
Under obituary of Michael Finn - stated that Patrick Hutton was killed in June, 1851, at the tunnel, by a fall and a heavy lump of coal striking his breast at the same time; he was working for the Iron Railroad Co.
HUEY, JAMES G. I.R.
SEPT. 01, 1864
Drowned in the Ohio River near Hanging Rock on Friday night, a young man by the name of James G. Huey, age 19 . . .
HURLEY, JOHN W. I.R.
NOV. 23, 1865
Married on the 18th inst., by Rev. L. Hall, John W. Hurley, of Pike county, Ky., and Mary Walker, of Wayne county, WV.
HYATT, MRS. MARY J.
I.R. MAR. 30, 1905
HYATT, WILLIAM I.R.
JAN. 16, 1902
Kicked to death during a fight at Proctorville on Feb. 09, 1901.
HYDE, MRS. IWR JUN. 26, 1897
In a postal card to Mr. Frank A. Bixby from Frankfort, Ky., Rev. W. H. Hampton announces the death in that city of Mrs. Hyde, sister of Mrs. Hampton ... interment takes place at Danville, Ky.
HYSELL, JAMES H. I.R. JAN.
Married in Guyandotte, WV, on Dec. 22nd, by Rev. Wm. McComas, James H. Hysell, Surgeon, 1st Western Virgnina Vol. Infantry, and Miss Luellia, only daughter of T. J. Hayslip, Esq., of Guyandotte.
HYTEN, WILLIAM I.R.
JUL. 31, 1879